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The [Fox News] network aired 281 segments alleging a “cover-up” by the Obama administration, with over a hundred references to past Washington scandals like Watergate and Iran-Contra. The study also found that Fox News tried 105 times to link Benghazi to Clinton’s presumed political aspirations.
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A Quacked-Up Strategy to Stop Terrorism

  by Walter Brasch   Just about everyone has an opinion of what President Obama should do about the ISIS threat in Iraq. Many of the suggestions have come from the architects of America’s latest invasion of Iraq who claimed the nine year war that led to more than 25,000 deaths and 110,000 injuries among American and coalition troops would last not more than six months. Whatever the President does or doesn’t do, a rabid minority will attack him and stuff their suggestions with the vileness of hate and politics. Most suggestions are based on ignorance and are easily dismissed. But, there is one possible suggestion that may have merit. On Sean Hannity’s Fox TV show, Phil Robertson, the Duck … Continue reading

An Open Letter to Katrina vanden Heuvel, et al

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Like Microsoft, American magazines have so come to see themselves as indispensable that they cannot conceive of why so much consumer rage is aimed at their exploitive, ripoff approach to consumers … “Auto-renew” is not a convenience. It is a license to steal, and makes keeping your checkbook balanced an impossible task. Continue reading

Africa for Africans Capitalism Defeating Communism

President Obama just concluded a conference of African Heads of State. The conference was the first in our Nation’s history, which is a sad commentary in America’s relationship with Africa. I believe the conference needed to happen, even if only for historical purposes. The President of the United States, an African-American, in the rose garden taking photos with African leaders; the symbolism of this historic conference can’t be ignored. The concern I had for this conference is we have been “talking” about the issues of Africa for the past twenty-five years, since colonial rule left Africa to fend for itself. Millions of dollars, both public and private funds have been thrown at Aid to African economic and social issues. Missionaries from … Continue reading